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SAT 1 Professional Competence Development Programme 2019 For The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland - Mr. Dermot O'Flynn MSc Programme Director ...
SAT 1 Professional Competence Development Programme 2019
For The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland.

                                                 Mr. Dermot O’Flynn MSc
                                                      Programme Director
                                               RCSI Institute of Leadership
                                                    Email: doflynn@rcsi.ie
SAT 1 Professional Competence Development Programme 2019 For The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland - Mr. Dermot O'Flynn MSc Programme Director ...
Professional Competence for Basic Specialist Trainees
                           Programme Timetable.

    Day One: Professionalism & Managing Yourself

    Learning Outcomes      Participants will:
                                  Understand what professionalism is and the
                                   importance of competence.
                                  Be able to write personal & professional development
                                   objectives that will increase their effectiveness and
                                   efficiency
                                  Understand learning styles and how to apply them in
                                   a working environment.
                                  Understand the causes of stress and how to cope.
                                  Practice the skills of resilience & mindfulness
    Time                   Topic

    9.00                   Registration

    9.15.                  Introductions and expectations
    9.30                   The role of the SAT 1 Anaesthetist in modern medicine
                           and the importance of professionalism.
    10.15                  Understanding the Medical Councils domains of
                           competence and how they apply to anaesthetists.
                           Completing a personal SWOT analysis, and action plan
    11.00                  Break

    11.15                  Writing and agreeing your work and training goals with
                           your clinical supervisor.
                           Developing your professional competence plan
    1.00                   Lunch Break

    2.00                   Managing oneself. The impact of burnout
                           Recognising burnout in oneself and your colleagues
                           What is resilience?
    4.00                   Break

    4.15                   Techniques to develop resilience.
                           ABT Training
                           Practising mindfulness

    5.00                   Close

    Presenters             Mr Dermot O'Flynn & Dr Padraic Dunne

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Professional Competence for Basic Specialist Trainees
                           Programme Timetable.
    Day Two: Working With Your Team & Hospital Colleagues

    Learning Outcomes      Participants will:
                                  Have an informed understanding of the Irish Health
                                   Service and the challenges it faces.
                                  Understand team dynamics and how teams can
                                   deliver a quality healthcare service.
                                  Be aware of their team role and how this affects their
                                   behaviour in a team.
                                  Understand why conflict occurs in the work place and
                                   their personal conflict style and how to manage
                                   conflict
                                  Understand their role in patient safety and risk
                                   management
    Time                   Topic

    9.00 – 9.15            What you need to know about the Irish Health Service
                           but were afraid to ask. registration HIQA, clinical
                           directors, clinical care programmes etc.
    10.30                  Preparing for a presentation
    11.00                  Break

    11.15                  Patient safety & risk management the anaesthetist
                           role
    1.00                   Lunch

    2.00                    What is team work and why is it so important in
                           hospitals? What makes a multi - disciplinary healthcare
                           team successful?
    3.15                   Break

    3.30                   How can a SAT 1 anaesthetist contribute to a high
                           performance and safe surgical / medical team?
                           Managing conflict at work and understanding your own
                           personal conflict style
    5.00                   Close

    Presenters             Mr Dermot O’Flynn, Mr Brendan Colclough, Dr Ian
                           Callanan & Ms Caroline O’Regan

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Professional Competence for Basic Specialist Trainees
                       Programme Timetable.
    Day Three: Communicating with your Patients & Colleagues

    Learning Outcomes      Participants will:
                                Know how to communicate effectively with patients
                                   relatives, & other healthcare professionals
                                Know how to deal with specific difficult
                                   communication situations encountered in healthcare
                                   settings
                                Be able to communicate with people from various
                                   ethnic, cultural & religious backgrounds
                                Understand the importance of informed consent, and
                                   patient confidentiality.
                                Display their ability to develop and deliver an effective
                                   presentation
    Time                   Topic
    9.00                   Writing and agreeing your work and training objectives
                           with your clinical supervisor.
                           Developing your professional competence plan
    10.15                  How effective are your communication skills?
                           Principles of effective clinical communication, body
                           language, tone of voice & listening skills.
                           Assertiveness and how to use it correctly.
    11.OO                  Break

    11.15-                  Models of effective patient interviewing and
                           consultation.
                           Discussing sensitive issues with patients & dealing with
                           unrealistic requests from patients and colleagues. Skills
                           practice
                           The importance of handover
    12.15                  Written communications, getting the paper work right.

    1- 2pm                 Lunch

    2.00                   Individual presentations & feedback part 1

    3.00                   Individual presentations & feedback part 2

    4.00                   Break

    4.15                   Individual presentations & feedback part 3

    5. 00                  Programme learning review, evaluation & close

    Presenters.             Dr Sinead O’Shaughnessy, Dr Conall Fitzgerald &
                            Mr Dermot O'Flynn,
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Programme Director - For the delivery of the SAT 1 Professional Development Programme 2019.

Dermot O Flynn, MSc, DIP. Mgt. MIITD, MIHCI. Adv. Dip (Exec & Personal Coaching);

 Dermot is the Director of Professional Development and an Executive Coach at the Institute of
Leadership. He is Programme Director for the European Clinical Leadership Development Programme
for Surgeons & Programme Director for the Professional Diploma in Clinical Leadership. He is also the
National Tutor Trainer for Pharmacy Tutors. He currently develops class room and online courses for
healthcare professionals on Clinical Leadership, Performance Management, Customer Experience
Management, Coaching Skills, Managing Multidisciplinary Teams, Presentation Skills, Applied
Mindfulness, and Advanced Training Skills for Clinic Trainers and Pharmacy Tutors. Over the last
thirty years, Dermot has provided training and consultancy services to a range of global organisations,
in Ireland, Europe Middle East and Africa. He recently was awarded the 2016 Irish Institute of Training
and Development award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative for the training of 250
clinical surgical trainers in 10 African countries over five years.

Contact details:

Mr Dermot O’Flynn
Director of Professional Development & Corporate Training
RCSI Institute of Leadership
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland,
Ballymoss Road, Sandyford,
Dublin 18.

Tel: +353 (0) 1 40228656
E-mail: doflynn@rcsi.ie
Fax: +353 (0) 1 293 0431

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